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Developing a recovery college

People in Gloucestershire and Herefordshire are working to design and deliver courses, coaching and inspirational workshops to give hope confidence and practical skills to local people.

Adult Education | Secondary Care | Service Users
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Improving safety with ‘No Force First’

Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust significantly reduced the number of occasions when physical or medication led restraint was used as a response to incidents.

Secondary Care | Service Users
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Caption: Drug worker and patient. Service user. Adviser speaking to patient.Printed leaflets.  A pharmacy or treatment room Drugs treatment and management facility. DASH. Drug Advisory Service. Adviser speaking to patient with information leaflet

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A ‘Team Recovery Implementation Plan’

A tool designed to support co-production and recovery was successfully used in a forensic mental health service in West London to reduce incidents, self-harm, the use of seclusion and staff injury.

Secondary Care | Service Users
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Caption: A psychiatric hospital, providing talking therapies, medication and social care support for people with mental health problems. A woman with a lanyard, a staff member. 


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Using ‘Patient Status at a Glance’

An inpatient service in Warrington introduced a digital planning tool to support recovery-focused care planning.

Secondary Care | Support Services